i have a question, especially for those who are reading a mass of RSS Feeds:
Wich Tool are you using for reading your subscribed RSS Feeds?
I use SharpReader. Simple and effective.
I was thinking of switching to Thunderbird so that I'd have email, news and RSS all in one client, but I'm not gonna bother until they support importing OPML ... no point resubscribing to every feed manually.
rss-plugin in Miranda.
5 rss feeds
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Mozilla Thunderbird 0.9
Mail and Rss in one client
RSS Bandit, though i'd like to goto NewsGator, maybe i should make my own version for free.
Supports RSS, RDF, ATOM and OPML
Availability to Archive your own feed items and categorization.
Hey, I wrote it!!!
Sharpreader, 26 feeds. Never heard of many of these others tho. Willing to try 'em if their good.
I use the Sage RSS extension in Firefox. I'm very happy with it. The easiest RSS reader I've used. It has auto-discovery of RSS feeds. It supports RSS .92,1.0,2.0 and Atom.
Newsgator. I love how it snaps into Outlook. Very easy to use.
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